Erick Sermon - Music album
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Music is the fourth solo studio album by American rapper Erick Sermon. It was released on September 25, 2001 via J Records, making it his debut album on the label. Production was handled entirely by Sermon, except for the song "It's Nuttin'", which was produced by Rockwilder. The album features guest appearances from Keith Murray, Redman, Cadillac Tah, Daytona, Khari, LL Cool J, Marvin Gaye, Olivia, Scarface and Sy Scott.
Music (Erick Sermon album). Music is the fourth album and first album on J Records by hip hop artist Erick Sermon. It was received well critically and commercially. Its success was fueled by its title track "Music" which sampled vocals from Marvin Gaye and in terms of chart position is Sermon's most popular song, peaking at along with inclusion on the soundtrack of the Martin Lawrence/Danny DeVito film What's the Worst That Could Happen?; the music video for the song featured scenes from the film intermixed with. clips of Gaye performing in archived music videos and music programs.
Music" is a 2001 hit single by Erick Sermon featuring archived vocals from Marvin Gaye.
Listen to music from Erick Sermon like Music, React & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Erick Sermon. Sermon is best known as one half of the late-1980s/1990s hip-hop group EPMD. He began recording solo albums for Def Jam in 1993; in 1997, he rejoined EPMD. The following year, Sermon, Keith Murray and Redman recorded a cover version of "Rapper's Delight" by The Sugarhill Gang, the first hit hip-hop record. Its title track, "Music", which sampled vocals from Marvin Gaye and in terms of chart position is Sermon's most popular song, peaking at on the Billboard Hot 100, along with inclusion on the soundtrack of the Martin Lawrence/Danny DeVito film What's the Worst That Could Happen?; the music video for the song featured scenes from the film intermixed with.
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Featuring – Daytona , KhariProducer – Rockwilder
Vocals – Marvin Gaye
|B2||Now What's Up
Featuring – Redman, Sy Scott
|B3||I'm That N***A|
|B4||Genius E Dub
Featuring – Olivia
|C1||Ain't No Future....2001|
Featuring – LL Cool J, Scarface
|D1||Up Them Thangs
Featuring – Caddillac Tah
Featuring – RedmanVocals – Marvin Gaye
- Featuring – Keith Murray (tracks: B2, D1, D4)
- Producer – Erick Sermon (tracks: A1, A3 to D4)
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